NAVARRO COLLEGE Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas (National Junior College Athletic Association)... as a sophomore played in 12 games, had 71 rushes and 898 rushing yards (12.6 yards per rush) with 11 rushing touchdowns... also caught 18 passes for 215 yards with five receiving touchdowns... broke the school record for yards per carry average (12.6 yards - min. 60 carries)... named MVP of the 12th Annual Heart of Texas Bowl after rushing for 119 yards on seven carries and two touchdowns (64 yards and 46 yards)... performance in bowl game helped give No. 5 Navarro College a 30-23 win over No. 20 Georgia Military... team finished the season ranked No. 4 in the NJCAA... three-star prospect by ESPN and 24/7 Sports ... ranked as the No. 3 junior college all-purpose back the 2013 class by 24/7 Sports ... played in six games as a freshman with 48 rushes and 281 rushing yards with four touchdowns... also caught five passes for 96 receiving yards... team went 10-2 during the 2011 season... CHOSE TEXAS TECH OVER: Louisiana Tech... Junior College Coach: Brian Mayper.
HIGH SCHOOL Midland High School in Midland, Texas... played in 13 games as a senior rushing for 1,748 yards on 214 attempts with 31 rushing touchdowns... also caught 21 passes for 278 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns... broke the school record for touchdowns in a single-season, which was previously helpd by Texas Tech's Baron Batch (30 TDs in 2005)... helped lead team to an 11-2 overall record in 2010... rushed for 222 yards and scored four touchdowns in a playoff victory at Jones AT&T Stadium against Arlington Bowie (11/13/10) in a 39-35 win... named 3-5A All-District second team... also competed in track and field finishing fifth in the UIL 5A state 100-meters (10.52) on May 14, 2011... High School Coach: Craig Yenzer.
PERSONAL Tyler Middleton... born May 5, 1992... son of Diane Middleton... a business major at Texas Tech.